Diving in Gredstedbro

22 01 2008

On 21 January, MAP students conducted an archaeological survey of the bank of the Kongeå, a small river near Gredstedbro on the Danish west coast. In 1945 workers had found parts of an iron age boat in the river, and while some pieces were lifted and taken to a local museum, the majority of the timbers were left in situ and are believed to be buried in or near the river bank.

Diving in Gredstedbro

Diving in Gredstedbro

The survey also provided a first introduction to river diving and diving in currents to students participating in the commercial diving course associated with MAP. See pictures from the survey on our Flickr page. Film footage of the survey (only in Danish) can be found on the homepage of TV Syd.




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